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it's wednesday, november 25th. coming up on "early today," ahead of one of the busiest travel days, be on the lockokou for pairs style copy cats. and an offer facing first-degree murder charges. an tensions rise between putin and a bomb ovobama over that do russian fighter. "early today" starts right now. i'm dara brown. chicago is on edge after authorities released dash cam video showing chicago police officer jason van dike shooting
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17-year-old mcdonald 16 times. protesters took to the streets in downtown chicago last night. many chanting 16 shots. others wondering why it took so long for charges to be filed against van dike. a few protesters were arrested following small altercations and a small scuffle broke out after protesters tried to stop a police van carrying those arrested. van dike turned himself in yesterday and he's being held without bond. we must warn you some of the following footage is graphic and may be disturbing to viewers. >> the dash cam video from october of last year shows police responding to a call of a suspect armed with a knife, and then according to the prosecutor, officer jason van dike opened fire fatally shooting mcdonald 16 times. >> the officer in this case took
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a young man's life. and he's going to have to account for his actions. and that is what today is about. today is about accountability. >> just a few hours before the video was released. officer jason van dike turned himself into authorities. he's charged with first-degree murder. >> this defendant's actions of shooting mcdonald were not jfd a justified and were not proper use. >> at least two of the wounds were in the back. but the attorney for the officer said the officer feared for his life. >> we're going to be very success nfl pleading this case. >> appealed to the city to remain peaceful. >> i would like to echo the comments of the mcdonald family. they have asked for calm. >> just hours after the video released prettiers marched
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through the streets of chicago, some blocking traffic. >> nbc don chenman reporting. a new video urges police nationwide to remain vigilant to isis threats before the holiday begins. what can you tell us tracy. >> the fbi really wants police to watch what's going on around them. and president obama is going to be talking about the domestic effort to keep people safe here. in just a few hours at the white house they are finding out that fighting fear as a result of what has happened in the last few weeks around the world is almost as challenging as fighting terror. >> you will see more officers at airports and train stations today. this morning president obama meets with his national security team. focusing on what is being done to protect the u.s. as authorities train for the worst. his message -- >> we're vigilant. we take precautions but we go
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about our business. americans will not be terrorized. intelligence only. >> reporter: intelligence only goes so so far. >> i don't think we'll have the ability to be forewarned for a specific date or a specific location. >> and a new bulletin warns police to be careful. the concern? soft targets. restaurants, malls, places people gather. the biggest threat. home grown terrorists. copy cats. not isis. the biggest deterrent? you. >> doesn't mean you have to be fearful. it just means you need to be mindful. >> ordinary people out there, all the extra eyes and ears looking out is a really a big weapon in the war on terror. >> a good thing to remind people
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this holiday season. thank you so much. vladomir putin is speaking out after turkey shot down a russian war plane, saying it violated its air space after giving multiple warnings. claims that russia strongly rejects. one pilot was killed, the other was recovered by the syrian army and a said to be alive and well at the russian air base. a the russian marine sent to save the pilot was also killed when a hem krorpt he was in was attacked on the ground. richard engel has more. >> for the first time in recent member, a nato country fired and shot down a russian fighter jet. they say it was because the jet violated turkish air space on its way to carry out a bombing run inside syria. turkey says it was simply defending its borders when an unidentified aircraft was warned
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repeatedly and failed to acknowledge and respond to those warnings. russia has respond ed accusing them of being in bed with terrorists and claims it was targeted by syria and and vowing some sort of punishment. >> i think it's important now to make that both the russians and turks are talking to each other, find out exactly what happened. >> and vladimir putin was furious. >> this was a stab in the back by the associates of terrorists. >> it certainly does escalate a very tense situation already at a time when president obama and others are calling for more unity. russia says it will terminate all military contact with turkey and they won't retaliate but warn of future.
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and president obama has a full schedule of meetings today with angela merkel and thursday be vladomimir putin. andrea mitchell reports. >> reporter: president obama widely criticized for not condemning the paris attacks strongly enough tried to make up for it pledging to escalate the war against isis. >> it cannot be tolerated. it must be destroyed and we must do it together. >> france's hollande sailed we must act but his hopes of drawing obama and vladimir putin into a new coalition against isis were derailed by turkey's shoot down of the russian plane. >> turkey like every country has right to defend its territory and air space. >> and obama says putin is fighting a different enemy than
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the u.s. and france. >> the challenge has been on propping up assad rather than focusing on isil. >> iran and russia supporting assad. >> obama is calling on russia not to escalate with turkey despite putin's threats. >> putin will respond. no doubt in my mind. i think highly unlikely he'll tack a natoal lie. but i you could see effects inside syria. >> we will win and groups like isil will lose. >> thank you. since the paris attacks french authorities conducted more than 1200 searches and taken 165 people into custody. a new word of a second attack that was foild by authorities. nbc gabe gutierrez reports. >> reporter: his plan wasn't over. the suspected ring leader was allegedly plotting another
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suicide bombing. this one in paris's business district last wednesday or thursday. foild when he died in this police raid in a northern paris suburb just hours before the deadly attack would have been carried out. cell phone records showed abaaoud, one of the gunmen who stormed paris cafes return to the scenes of the carnage. and a new arrest warrant for muhammed abrini. and he was in the car with salah abdeslam who was also on the run. a newborn being left in a nativity display in new york city. the infant with its umbilical cord still attached was discovered on tuesday. the infant was healthy. surveillance footage shows a woman entering the church with a bag 20 minutes before the child
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was find. lake tahoe already already under winter's grasp. heavy snow yesterday created nearly whiteout conditions for travelers. multiple crashes but no major injuries. bill karins is here with the weather. >> doesn't look like fun. >> not before thanksgiving. >> we did see some rain yesterday. san francisco picked up about a quarter inch of rain. which is amazing how we're thrilled with that nowadays. and fresno, still getting a little snow higher elevations. and this storm is going to be on the move. through the intermountainen west into the plains tomorrow. salt lake city is probably one of the spots that could see some travel troubles. not horrible. rain showers, temperatures falling. maybe 1-2 inches on grassy
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surfaces. and if you are driving interstate 15, probably one of the worst once. but even there it is not going to be a blizzard type snow. just make sure you have some snow tires on. thursday, denver is going to see a brutal thanksgiving. temperatures in the 20s, and teens. 1-2 inches of snow. very rainy the next couple of days. and dallas and minneapolis. there is some bad travel b mont. they are making snow at the ski resorts. bottom line is there is a little bit of weather to deal with in the west but fwert than
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yesterday. >> chilly but sunny. new details on an nfl wide receiver in critical condition at this moment after being shot in his car late last night. and an implosion of a snoke stack that doesn't go as plan. and at the white house receiving the nation's highest civilian honor. you are watching "early today." the challenges facing so neither does the u.s. army.
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monday night. five people were shot in the attack. none of the injuries were life threatening. authorities are weighing whether to charge the three men, who are all white, with a hate crime. and check out this video of an 18 wheeler colliding with an -- a tractor trailer malfunction caused the accident. >> the bed raised up and it struck the sign and the bridge. >> luckily no one was injured soo. and in alabama who knew it would take three tries to knock down this smokestack. it was deemed a public safety risk. the city tried twice. and when they didn't work they used a backhoe, which unfortunately used the smokestack to crash down right on top of it. just ahead, last call for johnny manziel? and breaking overnight a wide receiver has reportedly been
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louis rams wide receiver sedman bailey was shot on tuesday night in miami. he and the driver of a car were shot multiple times. the rams released a statement confirming they have spoken with stedmon and he is in the hospital in critical but stable condition. more details as we get them. >> and the warriors outscored the lakers 30-11 in the first quarter and get the victory. a perfect 16-0 and a new nba record. and the browns johnny manziel partied himself out of the starting job. coach pettine benched the starter as new videos of the starter partyi ining on the byek have surfaced. and the broncos peyton manning
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is is in a walking cast and will miss at least two more games with a torn plantar fascia in his left foot. just ahead. bieber and adele broke big records this week. can you guess which ones? and the epic trailer for captain america is out. we'll give you a peek up next. ♪ ♪ with ingredients like roasted hazelnuts and cocoa, there's a whole lot of happy in every jar of nutella. spread the happy.
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bieber tops the beatles. justin bieber has officially broken a 51-year-old billboard record managing to get 17 songs onto the chart at a single time. this surpasses the beatles of 14 and matched by drake earlier this year. and adele also broke a record selling the most albums in a single week. selling more than 2.4 million since friday. besting previous record holder in sync. >> sorry, you know i wouldn't do this if i had any other choice but he's my friend. >> so was i. >> the official trailer for captain america premiered on jimmy kimmel live last night. >> ironman's going to win. >> i'm an iron mannen fan on t one. curt kobain made it onto the
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billboard charts for the first time. a sound track reached number one on the charts. and late last night jimmy fallon shared news about mars on the tonight show. >> scientists are saying mars eventually might get rings like saturn. which is the same sort of passive/aggressive thing your mom will tell you on thanksgiving. i heard mars got a ring. got to tell you, got to get out there. like mark. >> i'm dara brown and this is "early today." coughing...sniffling... and wishing you could stay in bed all day. when your cold is this bad...
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leading the news on new hampshire public radio, fired up about the economy? this is your candidate. the bearded boot wearing candidate is back. after a failed 2012 campaign, he's now officially registered in new hampshire as a democrat. his promise? free ponies for all americans. not a bad pick there. and a moment at the white house brought together some of the most remarkable people. biggest names in movie, music sports and more gathered to support the medal of freedom. halle jackson reports. >> you might not recognize every phase but every one san american icon filling the east room, 17
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honorees in all. >> we're gonna need a bigger boat. >> from the director of 'jaws," steven spielberg, to steven s sonheim. >> they represent what's best in us. and we are very proud. >> the highest honor any civilian can receive, even wons who already have a grammy. >> or even. or an oscar. >> hello gorgeous. >> recognize not just the funny girl but the ground breaking women. the first african american woman in congress. nasa's catherine hamilton. before john glenn piloted friendship 7, he insisted she double check the computer. from those who play beautiful to
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those who played beautifully. >> way back, it is -- >> willie mays at the white house. yogi berra's family accepting his award for him. he died just before discovering he received the medal of freedom. but as he might have said, if the world were perfect, it wouldn't be. >> i love that. >> how much fun would it be to meet all of those people and talk to all of those different mienz and angles on life. >> in one place? >> just one of those things when you are president. >> -- should have been there. all good stuff. well we want to fish happy birthdays now. christina applegate. and the chris carter and ben stein turns 71. stay here for more news, weather and sports.
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to start one of the busiest travel days of the year. kari will talk about rain . slick roads and spotty showers to start one of the busiest travel days of the year. kari will talk about rain activity on the radar. a record performance at oracle arena that was never even close, the doves etch their names in the history books. gun debate is turned up a notch after a stolen gun turns up in a murder case. "today in the bay" starts right now. very good wednesday morning to you. thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> i'm sam brock. we begin with rain on the roadways this morning. >> that's right. we've got a live look outside of the golden gate bridge, just a few cars on the roads rig

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